Sep 28, 2012 5:30am EDT
ground today in a new search for the body of jimmy hoffa, the labor strong man with alleged ties to organized crime, his disappearance one of the most notorious and mysterious in the history of the united states. it's believed he was killed by the mob, but his body has never been found. here's ed payne. it looks like we're having some audio troubles with is story, but what we can tell you right now, crews today will be looking for jimmy hoffa, the teamster boss, this after a dying man gave them a tip that he had seen a body buried in the driveway at a home just outside of detroit, michigan. by the way, jimmy hoffa was last seen outside of a restaurant in detroit, that happening today. they did find initial tests of radon, basically clueing them in that there was a body in that driveway or something the size of a body. they'll be looking today and we'll keep you posted not only on the air, but on abc2news.com. >>> in other news this morning, police say this a gunman killed -- say that a gunman killed four people inside of a minneapolis sign- making business before turning the gun
Sep 27, 2012 4:55am EDT
, but that has never stopped the question, where is jimmy hoffa. the search in michigan. >>> and the hail mary being hailed the worst call in football history. some choosing to remember it with their own t-shirts. >>> topping america's money, a round of encouraging news about the housing market. the median price of a new home sored from 1 1% from july to august, the price $256,000 is the highest in almost 5 and a half years. a record number of families are dealing with student debt. more than 22 million households almost one in five had college loans in 2010. that doubled in just twenty years. >>> the postal service is on the verge of its second default in as many months, unable to come up with $6 billion to fund future retiree benefits. >>> and mcdonald's hope people will want fries and their channel tv. they have their custom made programming with news, sports entertainment. that's america's money. i'm rob nelson.
Sep 27, 2012 5:30am EDT
around the nation, the question has come through a source of legend, this is where the body of jimmy hoffa, police in michigan they can answer that after all of this time. tomorrow with a dig in roseville michigan, investigators recently got a tip from what they're calling a credible source saying that hoffa's body was buried at this home, the same time the former teamsters boss disappeared in 1975. officials say that a radar test confirmed that something is buried be beneath a slab in that home. >>> no onions, an oregon manmade the question when he ordered a quarter pounder. he discovered onions on his burger when he got home, and he called the restaurant and they said come back for a refund and they said you're not going to get the refund and that's because he ate the burger. he threw his soda at the manager and demanded money from the cash register. >>> the real referees are going to be back for tonight's ravens browns game but it was apparent that those replacements still in the minds of many from monday night. some say it was the worst call ever. it's being hailed as awful givin
Sep 28, 2012 5:00pm EDT
what's going on. >>> investigators came up empty today in their quest to close the case of jimmy hoffa's disappearance. detectives dug around the house in the detroit area this morning but found no evidence of human remains. a witness says he saw a body buried at that location 35 years ago, the same night the teamsters boss disappeared. >>> remember the nfl's bounty gate scandal? now a kids league is facing similar allegations. >> coaches for a pop warner football team in orange county, california are accused of offering 10 and 11-year-old players cash in exchange for knocking opponents out of games. tonight the league president and head coach of the peewee red cobras were suspended, but the head coach insists the claims are nonsense. >> did you ever suggest or pay for a player to hurt a player on another team? >> absolutely not. i think that they're trumped up charges. i think john sinelli made up these charges in his head and wrote them on paper and submitted them i believe to national pop warner. nothing like that ever happened on my team. >> i've been a team mom for him for two of